Natal and Zululand. From Earliest Times to 1910.


Since the 1960’s the history of Natal and Zululand has been dramatically revised and this book reflects that explosion of research activity.The contributors demolish several popular myths in attempting to unravel the truth about such key issues as the origins of Nguni-speaking peoples,the growth of the Zulu kingdom,and the interaction of African and settler societies.They have used new techniques of historical detection,questioned deeply held orthodoxies,and taken into consideration hitherto neglected or underestimated factors such as the impact of environmental disaster,disease and economic trends.



Limp illustrated card covers,in fine clean and sharp condition.Size 10×7 pp 29+489,inc,index,bibliography of works cited,notes to text,many half and quarter plates taken from reproduced photographs,page maps,sketches and archaeological diagrams in text.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean,bright and sharp throughout. A fine–fine as new copy.


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